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The operators of Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) in Lagos, Primero Transport Services Limited, says it has zero-tolerance for drugs and alcohol use by all its drivers and staff.
A yet-to-be-identified young lady on Thursday escaped lynching by an irate mob over alleged snatching of the manhood of three men in a bus belonging to the Bus Rapid Transit scheme at Onipanu Bus Stop in Lagos State.
At least one person was confirmed dead and scores injured in an auto crash Tuesday, morning, when a truck belonging to Dangote company, had a head-on collision with a 60-seater high capacity Bus Rapid Transit BRT, along Ikorodu Road, Lagos State.
No amount of innovations introduced can practically solve the myriads of gridlock across Lagos metropolis, unless basic factors are into force.
The Lagos State Commissioner of Tourism, Art and Culture, Mr Steve Ayorinde, has said that the Mr Akinwunmi Ambode-led government will remain committed to the plans to reposition the entertainment and tourism sector, in spite of the supposed nearness to the change in government.
The Lagos State Government on Tuesday held a stakeholders forum on the need for preservation of historical and cultural heritage sites/monuments in the state.
The Federal Controller of Works in Lagos, Mr Adedamola Kuti, on Saturday said that the Federal Ministry of Works was working toward speedy completion of all road projects in Lagos.
The Lagos State Government says work is in progress to integrate the rail, road and water transport systems to address the persistent gridlocks in the state.
Lagos State Government says it has taken delivery of 300 new buses into its Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) fleet to boost public transportation services in the state.
Gov. Akinwunmi Ambode of Lagos State on Sunday appealed to the residents to bear with the government over the inconveniences they might be experiencing from the ongoing multiple infrastructural projects across the state.
The Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) and Lagos State Traffic Management Authority (LASTMA) have advised Lagos residents to use Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) and waterways transportation during the repair of Third Mainland Bridge.
The Lagos State Government has sacked five officials of the Lagos State Traffic Management Authority, LASTMA, for various forms of offenses ranging from extortion, harassment and violation of Lagos State Public Service Rules.
The three terminals under construction at the ongoing Oshodi Transport Interchange will be ready by October this year, the project Manager, Mr Abiodun Otunola, has said.
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